Teton Adaptive Sports welcomes new board member

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Teton Adaptive Sports (TAS) today announced Ryan McDonald as a new member of the board of directors. The board provides leadership for carrying out the organization’s mission to promote, support and develop outdoor sports and recreation opportunities for people with disabilities living in and visiting the Greater Teton Area.

McDonald is a Jackson native. He is passionate about equal opportunity to outdoor recreation for people of varying physical and mental abilities. Ryan first worked with TAS at Sled Hockey Sundays in 2016 and has had a vested interest in the organization’s efforts ever since.

As a veteran of the US Army, McDonald is extremely interested in finding ways to partner with veteran focused organizations to ensure our heroes living with ability challenges are incorporated in TAS programming.

“TAS is humbled and inspired to have a community member and US citizen of Ryan’s caliber join our organization,” said executive director Christy Fox. “His experience in the Army and Adaptive Sports are invaluable to our mission and focus on inclusion. We will be a better team with his contribution.”

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